Entitled "Many Faces of Exclusion," the study by Save the Children ranked 175 countries in terms of the threat of child labour, exclusion from education, child marriage and early pregnancy.
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The number of children living in a conflict zone has increased by more than 75 percent from the early 1990s, according to Save the Children charity.
An attack by the Islamic State on Save the Children's office in Kabul has forced them to suspend their programs in Afghanistan for the time being.
Only few of Rohingya refugees' babies will be born in health facilities, and from the very beginning they will be at risk of dying before the age of five.
In Eastern Ghouta, one of Syria’s most contested areas, civilians are increasingly suffocated under a siege in place since December 2012.